Insurance Replacement Valuations

Corporate ValuersA�are one of few valuation companies that specialises in replacement value valuations. During 2008 CorporateA�Valuers have valued more than 100 specialised church buildings, more than what most valuation companies do in a life time. Some of these religious buildings were original sand stone buildings designed by Sir Herbert Baker and required a team of professionals from the build environment. Corporate Valuers do specialised replacement valuations forA�various private individuals and institutions.

All our valuers are registered with the South African Council for the Valuers Profession, and come from various disciplines within the build environment. buy ralista tablets

Insurance replacement valuations are specialised valuations and apart from determining the value, it should also highlight risks and potential risks. cheap minocin for rheumatoid

The most common method for estimating the sum insured is the cost per square metre method, that uses a simple calculation based on the size of the building and the material it is built from. The valuation industry relies on data as supplied by Davis Langdona��s international quantity surveyors.



buy pills National 0861-922-733A�orA�VOIP 087-943 6022 When the Anglican Diocese of Johannesburg asked us to value their portfolio, the services of various professionals was called in. The Johannesburg Diocese has several historic sand stone buildings, some dating back to the 1800a��s. Patrick Mann was primarily responsible for all the historic and Herbert Baker buildings. Patrick has a National Diploma in Architecture and a BCom in Real Estate. We combined his expertise with that of an external quantity surveyors firm and used a combination of the a�?cost per square metre methoda�� and the a�?elemental cost methoda��. The elemental estimating method involves assessing in detail different elements of the building (including individual features of the building) to price rebuilding costs a�?from the ground upa��, using local wage and material rates and other construction data.

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